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Fast Track Negotiations Derailed At Expo Meeting

A contract with Comcast Spectra seemed to be on the fast track to take over the management of the...

 

Auction Offers Unique Items

"Love On The Bayou" is the theme for the 18th annual Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce Dinner and...

 

Senator Sharp Targeted In Opposition Research

A career teacher turned state senator is apparently being targeted for his concerns about charter...

 

Shawnee Snowflakes In Need Of Restoration

Shawnee's Interim City Manager Eric Benson said Monday that "it's not that we lost enthusiasm" for...

 

Billy Joe Santino

Billy Joe Santino, 39, lifelong Tecumseh, Oklahoma, resident, died Friday, Jan. 18, 2019, at his...

 

Venita "Nana" Darlene (Cosper) Spoon

Venita "Nana" Darlene (Cosper) Spoon, 62, resident of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Friday, Jan. 18,...

 

Geraldine Federghi

Shawnee resident Geraldine Federghi, 69, died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019, at her home. Mass of Christian...

 

Cecil Lee Sadler

Cecil Lee Sadler, 80, of Oklahoma City, OK, died Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019, in Baptist Medical...

 

Charlotte Irene Wise

Charlotte "Sheila" Irene Wise, 64, of Shawnee died Jan. 14, 2019. Memorial services will be held at...

 

Vincent Paul McCauley Jr.

Vincent Paul McCauley Jr., 70 of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019, in a local...

 

Way Too Long

As much as we dislike the notion of leading this column with the same issue for a second...

 

Looking Back Over Dr. King's Legacy

(Editor's Note: This column was written in 1988 but is still timely today, especially as we honor...

 

Think About It

This and that about that and this:  Hats off to Braydon Self. He's the 13-year-old sixth-grader...

 

Tecumseh Golden Age Center

Elections, elections, elections! As this new year began, many new offices were filled, including...

 

Senate Review

In his Inaugural Address, as traditionally occurs, Governor Stitt shared his goals to make...

 
 By Larry Hart    Columns    January 24, 2019

Downhome Christian

Last week, while eating breakfast at David's Cafe in Earlsboro, one of my friends asked this questio...

 

Letter To Editor

EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: Rev Hart's characterizations of the current funding lapse as a...

 

Mission Hill Deeded Back To Citizen Potawatomi Nation

After years of negotiations, the paper work was finally signed at the Pottawatomie County Board of...

 

Savages Face Tough Competition

Last week was a busy one on the road for the Savage round ballers against some tough competition. Te...

 

Lady Savages Steal 41-39 Road Win

The Lady Savages had a short, but successful week on the court last week with only one road game on...

 

Wrestlers Staying Busy

The Savage grapplers have been busy since Christmas break, including a trip to the Texas Outlaw...

 

Lady Wolves Winning Streak Places Them No. 2 In 6A

Shawnee's season of continued winning earned the Lady Wolves the No. 2 spot in 6A behind Putnam...

 

Wolves Lose A Hard Fought Game To El Reno Indians 54-46

Second time around for these squads! The Shawnee Wolves took to the road on Jan. 19 as they saw the...

 
 By WAYNE TROTTER    News    January 24, 2019

Sales Tax Up For County

Santa Claus was very, very good to Shawnee, quite nice to Earlsboro and Asher, and gave Tecumseh...

 

DA Grubb Amends Charges

New District Attorney Allan Grubb quickly made his mark last week, amending charges in two cases...

 

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